SKI WELL, BE WELL IN IDAHO

COVID-19 procedures for the 2020-21 season 

 

 

With over 18,000 acres to ski and ride, Idaho mountain resorts provide the perfect opportunity for wide-open, low-risk outdoor recreation all winter long. Plus, social distancing is built into the etiquette of our sport, our gear keeps our faces and hands covered, and outdoor activity promotes mental and physical well-being. 

We've also adopted new NSAA safety protocols as an added precaution to make this season as safe as possible.


What we're doing:

    • Requiring face coverings for all mountain staff
    • Practicing safe social distancing all season, wherever possible
    • increasing cleaning and disinfecting of all lifts and lodge facilities
    • following all state and local health & safety protocols
    • limiting indoor seating and providing additional outdor seating where available
    • limiting food and beverage availability and providing onine menu access where available


What you can do: 

    • Check with your mountain's safety protocols online or by calling directly before your visit
    • Always wear your face coverings, especially indoors
    • Follow safe social distancing protocols
    • Arrive together, ride together
    • Use your vehicle as your own personal lodge whenever possible
    • Stay home if you feel sick, have a fever or have any pre-existing conditions that put you at risk
    • wash or sanitize hands whenever possible

To learn more about the COVID-19 changes to our 5th & 6th grade Peak Season Passport program this season, please visit our application page here.

Ski Idaho wants to thank you for your kindness and continued support of our Idaho mountains. Please remember that we area all doing our best to navigate the 2020-21 ski season and we will all need to do our part in stopping the spread of COVID-19. We will continue to update our page as new information becomes available. Be sure to check with your local mountain website and social media before you travel. 

Cheers to another successful ski season in Idaho! 

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